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"So actually, all the foods that taste good to a lot of people are actually bad for gut microbes.” Experts advise reducing the amount of proce

Daily Express Apr 13 2021 - 23:44

Microbiologists are looking at new ways to fight viral infections, including COVID-19, with the bacteria already living in your intestine.

National Geographic news Apr 13 2021 - 08:03

Two hundred years later, pathbreaking research suggests that what we eat doesn't just give us fuel and pleasure but also feeds the trillions o

AllAfrica.com Apr 13 2021 - 05:09

With a recent push to spark new collaborations and investigations, Kobziar hopes that scientists will start to understand how important smoke trans

Science News Apr 12 2021 - 15:12

Following a hunch has led scientists to a world-first find of microbes living on wetland trees that eat methane.

Brisbane Times Apr 12 2021 - 14:59

SINGAPORE - Masks that are worn repeatedly and for prolonged periods need to be washed often as they contain microbes from our skin and respiratory

Asia One Apr 12 2021 - 05:21

Dr Luke Jeffrey conducting wetland research. A research study lead by Southern Cross University scientists has discovered

Armed robbery in Revesby Apr 11 2021 - 17:44

Masks that are worn repeatedly and for prolonged periods need to be washed often as they contain microbes from our skin and respiratory droplets, a

The New Paper Apr 11 2021 - 15:00

SINGAPORE - Masks that are worn repeatedly and for prolonged periods need to be washed often as they contain microbes from our skin and respiratory

The Straits Times Apr 11 2021 - 14:00

Levels of bacteria, yeast and mould higher on masks worn for longer periods, study finds Masks that are worn repeatedly and for prolonged periods n

The Straits Times Apr 11 2021 - 14:00

An international team of scientists led by microbiologists Professor Alexander Loy from the University of Vienna and Professor David Schleheck from

Medical Xpress Apr 9 2021 - 08:11

Dermatologists say harsh soaps, too much scrubbing and daily bathing with overly hot water can strip away helpful oils and wreak havoc on beneficia

Chicago Sun-Times Apr 9 2021 - 05:00

Apr. 7, 2021 — Researchers have long been curious about the striking growth form of spinifex and now scientists say soil microbes are the ...

Science Daily Apr 8 2021 - 17:00

Imagine trying to cope with a pandemic like COVID-19 in a world where microscopic life was unknown.

Yahoo News Apr 6 2021 - 05:27

Escherichia coli (E. coli) has a genome with roughly 4,500 genes.

Armed robbery in Revesby Apr 4 2021 - 21:52

As vital as microbes are to the chocolate-making process, sometimes organisms can ruin a fermentation.

RealClearScience Apr 4 2021 - 20:09

That familiar chocolate taste is thanks to tiny microorganisms that help transform chocolate’s raw ingredients into the much-beloved rich, complex

Scientific American Apr 3 2021 - 06:07

Sauerkraut, sourdough, beer...and chocolate?

The Conversation Mar 31 2021 - 18:19

As vital as microbes are to the chocolate-making process, sometimes organisms can ruin a fermentation.

Yahoo News Mar 31 2021 - 12:19

Mucus protects the body from harmful pathogens.

Forbes Mar 31 2021 - 12:10

Interest is growing, however, helped by advances over the past decade that enable researchers to reveal not just which microbes the gut harbours bu

Nature Mar 31 2021 - 07:23

However, as disagreeable as we may find it, the stuff is biologically useful: It acts as a barrier protecting and moisturizing delicate tissues, tr

MSN Mar 30 2021 - 22:24

The products keep soft and hard surfaces, as well as fabrics protected and shielded from microbes and have been tested for antibacterial and antimi

Yahoo Finance Mar 30 2021 - 00:21

I know a lot of people during this COVID-19 outbreak went out and bought a lot of food in bulk. Having no plan on what to do with all of

Philadelphia Tribune Mar 29 2021 - 21:04

PhD student Charlotte Francoeur created the zine “The Wonderful World of Microbes” in partnership with the UW Arboretum to illustrate the relations

Daily Cardinal Mar 29 2021 (All day)

Now, research into a popular “superfood” reveals that including it in a daily diet can boost gut health and keep your microbes happy.

BGR Mar 28 2021 - 07:04

Toronto, Ontario (CTV Network) — A study led by Boston University and in co-operation with the government of the central Pacific island nation of K

Local News 8 Mar 27 2021 - 06:35

Bacteria collected from more than a mile below the surface of the Pacific Ocean may have just blown one of immunology's longest-held assumptio

ScienceAlert Mar 26 2021 - 16:03

A Boston University-led study has discovered deep-sea microbes that human cells cannot recognize, challenging long-held theories that human cells c

CTV News Mar 26 2021 - 15:57

The more microbes in a person’s intestines, the more likely they are to be intuitive, researchers say, adding scientific weight to the notion of pe

RT Mar 26 2021 - 06:13

Here we show, by comparing the composition and ecological traits of microbes between Sphagnum- and shrub-dominated peatlands, that slow-growing mic

Nature Mar 26 2021 - 04:32

Treating mice missing the autism-linked gene CNTNAP2 with a strain of gut bacteria makes them more social but no less hyperactive.

Spectrum Mar 26 2021 - 03:50

Wild Biotech is emerging from stealth mode with a database of more than 1,200 gut bacteria it collected from hundreds of animals, and a plan to use

FierceBiotech Mar 25 2021 - 11:00

Everyone has different gut microbiomes, but eating avocado as part of a daily diet is a sure way to improve gut health—a new study from researchers

GoodNewsNetwork Mar 25 2021 - 10:16

An abundance of specific gut microbes and molecules related to inflammation can act as biomarkers for predicting the risk of prediabetes, an intern

natureasia.com Mar 25 2021 - 00:51

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Phys.org Mar 24 2021 - 12:50

Three strains of bacteria previously unknown to science have been discovered aboard the International Space Station (ISS), according to a new paper

Yahoo News Mar 24 2021 - 09:08

Investigators propose that their simulation models can be used in educating nurses and other health care professionals about how best to maintain g

Infection control Mar 23 2021 - 04:42

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C&EN Mar 23 2021 - 00:03

While it didn’t exactly happen like that famous scene where Doctor Frankenstein pulls the lever and the monstrosity he created is suddenly living a

Syfy Mar 22 2021 - 14:22

The thought of peering at Martian dust and rocks under a microscope is unreal enough, but Earthlings might eventually get their hands on alien ooze

Syfy Mar 22 2021 - 09:34

“I’m really thankful for them.” To understand why Bowman bakes just once a week, we have to look at the microbes that put the sour in sourdough.

Colorado State University Mar 22 2021 - 08:02

MARS could have "widespread" life underground, according to an expert searching for alien life on the Red Planet.

Daily Express Mar 19 2021 - 18:24

MARS could have "widespread" life underground, according to an expert searching for alien life on the Red Planet.

Daily Express on MSN.com Mar 19 2021 - 18:24

Pacific Ocean water samples could evade such immune surveillance mechanisms.

Science | AAAS Mar 19 2021 - 08:18

Many bacteria swim towards nutrients by rotating the helix-shaped flagella attached to their bodies.

News Medical Mar 17 2021 - 21:28

A year into the pandemic and sick of being cooped up in their homes, many Canadians may feel like they're near the breaking point.

CTV News Mar 17 2021 - 12:14

Many bacteria swim towards nutrients by rotating the helix-shaped flagella attached to their bodies.

Phys.org Mar 17 2021 - 11:27

A startup that uses synthetic biology to clean up pollution is taking on a $20 million funding round, Axios has learned.Why it matters: Bioremediat

YAHOO!News Mar 17 2021 - 05:30